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and human services secretary, kathleen sebelius (seh-bee-lee-us) took responsibility for the botched launch of healthcare-dot-gov, the website where americans hoping to shop for health insurance, have found it crashed, instead.. sebelius then threw verizon under the bus. sebelius also blamed government subcontractors, though at least one of them, c-g-i federal, warned there hadn't been adaquate time to test the website. it's led the ceo of e- health to write a letter to president obama, offering to fix it for free. some say the website's registration process, changed at the last minute couldn't handle the volume of applicants when the website launched october 1st. tech experts have been brought in, but it hasn't satsified healthcare reform's critics. for the record, we logged onto healthcare-dot-gov. and within a minute and a half, two health insurance brokers called to assist...apparently alerted once we had entered our phone number. the better business bureau is out with a warning about "fake" affordable care act websites. it may be tricky to tell the difference but the phony sites are ou
will sweeten sales numbers. today is testimony day for heatlh and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. she is scheduled to testify before a house oversight panel about the glitches american's are encountering as they attempt to shop for health insurance at healthcare.gov. yesterday... mariylnn tavenner-- head of the u.s. centers for medicare and medicaide services apologized during her testimony but says the site is operating. tavenner says enrollment numbers will be available mid november. house speaker john boehner continues to call for a delay in the affordable care act. aids to president obama say republicans are determined to kill the new law- rather than finding health care solutions for millions of uninsured americans. home prices shot up sharply in big cities during the past year. case shiller reports- home prices in twenty large markets rose 12.8% - the fast pace since 2006. las vegas home prices moved up the quickest at 29%. despite the gains other indicators point to a cooling in the housing market. a dutch bank will pay $1 billion dollars to bring its libor maniulation
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